We are asking you to hold any trip payments for future trips until we notify you. We may have to ask for a couple payments at one time. Just put the money “in the cookie jar” until we are able to take payments again. We may have to ask for more than 1 payment at a time. We will let you know when we find out something.
Because we can’t go on any trips this year, I will be putting some websites here in our column for those who have a computer. You will be able to take virtual tours. The ones for this week are animal cams. You can see pandas, sharks, fish etc. Some of the animals move slowly so you have to be patient. The first one is zooatlanta.org/panda-cam/ and the other one is Montereybayaquarium.org/animals/live-cams. I hope you enjoy these animal cams. I hope to have other virtual tours for you in a couple of weeks.
This week is “National Smile Week.” Please send some extra smiles to anyone you see. We’re all in this together and can use a smile.
Are you interested in improving some of your skills or gaining some new knowledge? The Adult Education Center is offering classes and individual help for adults in the basement of the Board of Education Office Building. The sessions are Tuesday and Wednesday from 1:00 until 4:00 OR 5:00 until 7:30. If you are interested, you can also earn a GED if you need one. For more details contact Lynda Gray at 304-614-7802. Work your mind—gain some knowledge!
We are need of homemakers for the Thomas and Davis areas. Duties would include light housekeeping, shopping, personal car, etc. If interested, please come to the Parsons Center for an application.
Just a reminder: please do all you can to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus. We would love to be able to open our Centers but we have to wait for the OK from the Bureau of Senior Services, the Governor, and the local health department. Please keep safe.